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Rob Rang goes over where he was wrong with past prospects including Dak Prescott and Andrew Whitworth. The guys also review Georgia vs Arkansas and Alabama vs Ole Miss. Eric Crocker, former NFL/AFL cornerback and Ryan Tracy, Founder of Rogue Analytics & Personnel Consulting bring the NFL Draft to life every day with insight and analysis on college football prospects, the NFL Front Office evaluation process and the NFL on Locked on NFL Draft, part of the Locked on Podcast Network. #NFL #NFLDraft Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Doug is live from Rams Training Camp in Irvine, CA! Rams OT Andrew Whitworth joins Doug to talk about how he approaches training camp now 16 years in the league and what he thinks of his new quarterback Matthew Stafford. The crew plays a special supersized edition of Real News, Fake News. Plus, is it time to downgrade Kawhi Leonard? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It's the opening of Rams training camp . What does Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth think about his new QB Matt Stafford? Also, the Rams went and did a Clippers move, by hiring sports reporter Andy Beniot. but the guys have no idea what his real defined role is. Plus, does Tom Brady really shop at Target? The guys debate if Brady really shops there or he's just saying that. This leads to a conversation of celebrities shopping at regular places. Mase doesn't understand why Billy McKinney is in the Dodger's starting lineup. Mark Zuckerberg is trying to create a one-stop inside of Facebook called the metaverse. And GAME OF GAMES - It's Jessie game today as he plays an audio-brand game which Jorge completely runs away with it. Also, FINALLY someone caught Mase's lie of the day.
Lions draft strategy (06:00) Simbull ad (24:00) PFF Hall of Fame discussion intro (25:00) Matthew Stafford, Andrew Whitworth, and longevity discussion (30:00) Offensive lineman (41:00) Underdog Fantasy ad (50:00) Defensive lineman (51:00) Devin McCourty, Earl Thomas, Chris Harris, Brandon Graham (55:00) Linebackers, Geno Atkins, PFF Hall of Fame announcement tease (1:05) Pat McAfee and ideas (1:14) Cordarrelle Patterson. Devin Hester (1:17)
Steve and Johnny react to the news that Andrew Whitworth may be entering his final season. Later, they play another round of "Do We Give a ****?" with plenty of very July Rams topics! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Temporada 2021. Podcast 7. www.pausadelosdosminutos.com El podcast o videoconferencia semanal de información, análisis y opinión sobre los San Francisco 49ers con Rodolfo Vázquez. Todos los lunes a las 4 pm EN VIVO por YouTube de Pausa de los Dos Minutos. Los temas de hoy: * Andrew Withworth habla de Nick Bosa. * Trey Lance regresa a North Dakota State para un partido de Softball con Carson Wentz. * Fallece Terry Donahue, quien fue gerente general de los 49ers y head coach de UCLA. * Los uniformes throwback. * John Taylor y Patrick Willis entran al 49er Hall of Fame. * Playoffs 2019. #NFL #NFL2021 #NFLMX #NFLMexicoFans #GoNiners #SanFrancisco49ers #TodalaNFLenP2M
PFF's Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson each pick the top-5 players in the game right now they would select if starting an NFL franchise (03:41). Also on this episode, Sam chats with Rams OT, Andrew Whitworth (01:05:55).
Jake and Alexis discuss the latest on the Rams uniforms, Andrew Whitworth's future in the NFL and who could replace him if he indeed retires this year. The two also discuss college football's recent pay structure and give their thoughts on if it will keep college players in school more than before. GET 20% OFF and FREE shipping over at manscaped.com using promo code: DTRBe sure to follow @DowntownRams, Alexis Kraft - @TheAlexisKraft and Jake Ellenbogen - @JKBOGEN on TwitterCheck out the JAKE ELLENBOGEN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzsd2pfWWznowBS81fADTpA
Wes and Chauncey welcome Thaddeus back after his two week hiatus. Chauncey and Thaddeus talk about going to the Dodgers/Giants game on Monday before lamenting the awful situation surrounding Trevor Bauer. They also pour one out for Andrew Whitworth's Last Dance, and praise the Saints for once after their big contract extension. Later they congratulate the Suns on winning the west, slam the Blazers for the Chauncey Billups hire, and the rest of the NBA coaching hires. After that they dive into an explosive fourth episode of "Loki" and go over all the other super hero news. They round out the cast of "Knives Out 2", Chauncey and Thaddeus gush over the trailer for "The Many Saints of Newark". Finally, they share what they've been watching including "Mythic Quest", "Bad Batch", "Luca", "In the Heights", "F9", "Bob's Burgers", and more.
Jonas and Brady talk Troy Aikman agreeing with Brady on a Tom Brady offseason workout comment. Does Tom really not drink even one beer while training? The fellas dive back into the NBA playoffs and discuss the Bucks major injury and Jonas attempts to ball wash the Clippers, as we find out where Roberto is. They pick up their conversation from earlier in the AM about NFL tight ends pay. Plus, the Rams iron man Andrew Whitworth is contemplating retirement after this upcoming season, Jonas and Brady react. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
(02:03) - Welcome, Layup Line, The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Ugly; Chris Home Alone & Macon Goes To The Pool. (28:02) - Andrew Whitworth on Playing In His 40's, Best Pass Rushers In The NFL and Matt Stafford. (1:14:33) - Stephen Schoch on Going Viral At The College World Series, NC State's COVID Problems, His take on Aliens & Dinosaurs. (1:33:45) - NFL Summer Movie Review 'Necessary Roughness'. Green Light Spotify Music: https://open.spotify.com/user/951jyryv2nu6l4iqz9p81him9?si=17c560d10ff04a9b Spotify Layup Line: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1olmCMKGMEyWwOKaT1Aah3?si=675d445ddb824c42 Green Light with Chris Long: Subscribe and enjoy weekly content including podcasts, documentaries, live chats, celebrity interviews and more including hot news items, trending discussions from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA are just a small part of what we will be sharing with you. http://bit.ly/chalknetwork
All-Pro Left Tackle Andrew Whitworth joins Coop to discuss his tennis championship (1:08), his road to the NFL (8:37), playing for Coach Nick Saban at LSU (17:06), what it's like being older than his head coach and soup, of course. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The boys offer up some thoughts on the Montreal Canadiens surprising playoff run so far.Russ spills the goods on Patrick Roy's pre-game good luck charm.The time Bob Gainey lost it on his goalie, Jon CaseyThe best 3 athletes Russ ever sawThe time Russ pulled a fast one on teammate Mark Tinordi who tended to be tight with a buckRuss had a great night with the LA Rams...including his neighbour Andrew Whitworth along with Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp.Talking about the workout regimen of Russ's soon-to-be son-in-law Eric Kendricks, an all-pro with the Minnesota Vikings.Some further thoughts on Naomi Osaka withdrawing from another tournament.Russ feuded with Pat Burns but liked that he allowed the boys to have a couple of beers in the hotel the night before a game.Some classic stories of players breaking curfew
Our latest division preview episode is out with a look at the 'best division in football' - the NFC West. Aqib Talib & Harrison Sanford look at why the Cardinals could be one of the best bets of the season, Aqib talks about his five favorite players to watch in the division and Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth weighs in on what makes the teams in the NFC West so tough.
Aqib Talib's former Rams teammate and left tackle Andrew Whitworth tells Aqib & Harrison Sanford how he'd build his ultimate offensive and defensive line - position by position. Plus Whit tells the story of his welcome to the NFL moment (courtesy of Dwight Freeney), and Aqib shares his humbling moment thanks to Drew Brees. Call to the Booth is part of the Blue Wire Podcast Network!Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @CallToTheBoothSubscribe, rate & review and check out our Youtube page for video episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuUqDr2yrGiDmY18_lRpv3Q
Rams All Pro Left Tackle Andrew Whitworth joins Aqib & co-host Harrison Sanford. Whitworth was with the Bengals when Carson Palmer forced his way outta town...what that was like and how it compares to the Aaron Rodgers situation in Green Bay. Why the Chiefs new look O-line is scary good, best pancake blocks, pushing trucks as a workout, 2018 Rams Super Bowl memories, the NFC West & best career moments. Plus Aqib on Tim Tebow going to Jacksonville. Bonus episode coming Friday with Whit's top players on the Offensive & Defensive lines. Call to the Booth is part of the Blue Wire Podcast Network!Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @CallToTheBoothSubscribe, rate & review and check out our Youtube page for video episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuUqDr2yrGiDmY18_lRpv3Q
On this episode of the LA Football Podcast, Ryan Dyrud and Frostee Rucker are joined by Los Angeles Rams All-Pro Left Tackle, Andrew Whitworth. Andrew talks about his football journey, mentors, playing in LA, and his expectations for this team and this season.Subscribe to the LA Football Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and follow us on YouTube and Social Media at @LAFBNetwork.Frostee Rucker Social – @TheOrganicFrostRyan Dyrud Social – @RyanDyrudLAFBSponsors:BetOnline.AgSunday Scaries – Use Promo Code LAFBStayReadyFootball.comAll Episode Links: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Casts | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Player FM | YouTube
In the face of climate change, how do you save the planet? To start, you protect Earth's last wild places. Then, you bring back the keystone species that have gone missing. That is the Tompkins Conservation approach. Listen to "Rewilding Planet Earth" for next steps, advice, and life stories from Kris Tompkins herself, a rewilding icon, 16-year CEO of Patagonia, and co-founder of Tompkins Conservation. The Nature Dilemma is powered by Osa Conservation. Hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. For more, @osaconservation.
The Los Angeles Rams officially announce and finalize the trade for Matthew Stafford. We'll discuss Stafford's cap implications, a potential new deal, Jared Goff's dead money, and how the Rams are managing the 2021 salary cap. Additionally, we'll discuss the restructures of Andrew Whitworth, Jalen Ramsey, Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp & Robert Woods, the re-signing of Leonard Floyd, Johnny Mundt and the 1st round tender placed on Darious Williams. The Rams' approach to FA has been limited due to cap restraints, but we'll discuss Austin Blythe's situation, the positions we feel need the most attention over the next month and a half, as well as why Leonard Floyd's prorated, backloaded contract has been the standard for the Rams.
Humans are built by stories. Right now as humanity faces the nature dilemma brought on by climate change, the stories we share matter. But, so do the people who tell them. The Nature Dilemma goes behind-the-scenes of the world’s most powerful storytelling machine, National Geographic, to learn more about why we, as an audience, should care about who is telling the story. Featuring Kirsten Elstner, Director of National Geographic Photo Camp, and Ronan Donovan. The Nature Dilemma is powered by Osa Conservation. Hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. For more, @osaconservation.
If you are interested in life on Earth, you need to be concerned with the dead and how the dead become living once again. This circle of life depends heavily on small, incredibly consequential, and slightly disgusting creatures. In this episode of The Nature Dilemma, we introduce you to the world of dung beetles. Hear from internationally acclaimed conservationists and researches in the field right now studying these species and everything they tell us about the world around us. The Nature Dilemma is powered by Osa Conservation. Hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. For more, @osaconservation. Featuring Dr. Adrian Forsyth and field researcher Eleanor Flatt.
The guys are joined by NFL player Andrew Whitworth from the LA Rams for a bonus episode! They also talk with the new ACTIONPARK MEDIA talent, Robby Berger from the Brilliantly Dumb Podcast and Sophie Julia from the Home Team Podcast who have joined the APM team full time! Join the Entourage, get your Victory The Podcast merch now!https://victorythepodcaststore.myshopify.com Victory The Podcast is produced by ACTIONPARK MEDIA Follow us on Instagram:@actionparkmediagroup@victorythepodcast@mrkevinconnolly@kevindillonofficial@mrdougellin
This month, National Geographic Magazine featured Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, calling it a "a biodiverse wonder and a model for conservation." In this episode, The Nature Dilemma sits down with the man behind those images, National Geographic Photographer Charlie Hamilton James. From the puma picture the world couldn't believe to treetop photography and the burning Amazon, this man is among those most familiar with Earth's last wild places. Read the February issue of National Geographic Magazine in print or online here: www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/tourism-loss-threatens-osa-peninsula-in-costa-rica-feature The Nature Dilemma is powered by Osa Conservation and hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. For more, @osaconservation.
What is a tapir, and what does it sound like? How many adults remain in the wild? What can YOU do right now to help protect them? In this episode of The Nature Dilemma, world-renowned tapir expert Esteban Brenes-Mora, Director of Costa Rica Wildlife Foundation and Nai Conservation, brings these endangered species into the spotlight. The Nature Dilemma is powered by Osa Conservation. Hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. For more, @osaconservation.
This week we blasted out a crazy week of NFL news from an outdoor location, where football should be played and football podcasts should be recorded! We give you our final thoughts on the 2020 NFL season and Super Bowl, Andy Reid and Eric "The Enemy" Bieniemy had no answer for the Buccaneers, Le’Veon Bell and LeSean McCoy never see the field, we are shocked by the Carson Wentz trade talk, we break down the 2021 free agent class, could Russell Wilson move on from the Seahawks, J.J. Watt asks for release, could Odell Beckham Jr. be traded to the Buccaneers, some say Deshaun Watson will end up with the Patriots, and Andrew Whitworth gives back.We tasted and reviewed The Balvenie Distillery Portwood 21 Year Old and Anderson Valley Tropical Hazy Sour Ale. Frane concocted the shot of the week.Follow us at @GoalThirst on Twitter and @thirstand on Instagram. You can listen and subscribe at thirstandgoal.buzzsprout.com. Please also check us out on Pandora and Amazon Music! To send us a question or comment, email: email@example.com. Leave us a voicemail at (818) 350-2680 (Be aware: we may play it on the air).
Part II of the Sixth Annual RISE Super Bowl Critical Conversation features a conversation with three Walter Payton Man of the Year nominees in Trey Flowers (Detroit Lions), Justin Simmons (Denver Broncos) and Andrew Whitworth (Los Angeles Rams). Tracy Wolfson (CBS Sports) moderates and is also joined by RISE CEO Diahann Billings-Burford.
LA Rams Team Reporter, Sarina Morales, gives us an inside look at how legendary CFB stars adapt to the NFL, their on and off field personalities, the sheer size / speed + being mentored by veterans. Plus, Coach McVay, fun as a NFL family + Sarina's amazing career in sports - from Nike, ESPN to Pro Football!
The Rams offensive tackle, and 15-year veteran, joins Steve and Jim to discuss sending the Seahawks packing in the playoffs (16:24), why he’s not fazed by playing in the bitter cold in Green Bay (28:56) and what Aaron Donald did in a practice that made him a believer (34:44). Whitworth also talks about possibly returning to play at age 40 (38:39), being nominated as the team’s Walter Payton Man of the Year (40:03), plus Steve and Jim call bulls**t on a disparaging claim reported against a minority coaching candidate (01:58).
#LetsTalkAboutItWhite people losing their got...damn…..mindsFirst round of the playoffs Browns coach Kevin Stafanski got Covid-19 and is coaching remotelyDeshaun Watson lets out cryptic tweet after Texans hire new General Manager, Nick Caserio. Caserio got a 6-year deal. Watson let it be known to a few people he wants to be traded.#CollegeFootballHeismanTrevor LawrenceNFL draft entries Chattanooga assistant coach gets fired for racist Stacy Abrams remarks. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2925840-chattanooga-cfb-assistant-chris-malone-fired-for-racist-stacey-abrams-tweet#TakeorTangentRams left tackle Andrew Whitworth back after tearing his MCL and PCLDerrick Henry has 5th best rushing season in NFL history as a 2,000-yard rusherAntoine Bethea retires after 14 yearsEagles players wanted to fight Doug Pederson and a bunch of the team was pissed when he pulled Jalen Hurts and other players against the Washington Football TeamSteve Sarkesian is the Texas Longhorns new coach#UnnecessaryToughnessRantsForgetting to press send while you burger are getting cooked.Is this on mute?
John Clayton joins the show to discuss left tackle Andrew Whitworth returning from IR for the Rams, DeShaun Watson trade rumors and his thoughts on the winners of wild card weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Clayton joins the show to discuss left tackle Andrew Whitworth returning from IR for the Rams, DeShaun Watson trade rumors and his thoughts on the winners of wild card weekend. Then, Paul Moyer gives his take on why John Wolford could cause the Seahawks problems and why he thinks this game is very evenly matched. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 73 details (Seahawks Wildcard Weekend Preview) & Nick's Picks of the week!)Rams vs. Seahawks so far in 2020, the season series is tied, 7 of their last 10 meetings have been decided by single-digits. What to expect from Seattle this weekend: how the Rams can continue to prevent D.K. Metcalf. The first time the Seahawks faced the Rams, he was close to nonexistent. He’s had less than 65 receiving yards in each of his last 4 games. Seattle's Biggest Weakness: the Seahawks pass defense ranked 31st in the NFL at stopping passes over the middle and 27th at stopping short passes entering the final week of the season, per Football Outsiders, and how the Rams can exploit it the third time around. Coming back from injuries: Andrew Whitworth, Cooper Kupp, Michael Brockers, Micah Kiser (potentially). Kiser, Kupp and Whitworth were all out in Week 16's match-up. Jamal Adams' status is still "up in the air". Random questions - will Jared Goff start? If he doesn't play well, how much will the media be discussing his regression? How does Andrew Whitworth perform after being out for 6 weeks? How can the Rams offense get back on track and return to form in time for a playoff run? Nick's Picks of the Week!
On this episode, Nick Hamilton talks: -Cleveland Indians Changing Their Name -Kyrie's Love/Hate Relationship w/ Media -Jay Ticker of Ticker Report joins the program -Andrew Whitworth saves local restaurant -Calis Campbell give minority business hope & more...
Steve and Johnny celebrate the L.A. Rams Week 10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. They discuss a statement game by the Rams defense and an underwhelming performance by the offense. Later, they talk about the impact of Andrew Whitworth's injury and look forward to a primetime date in Tampa Bay on Monday night.
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond discuss the injuries sustained by Andrew Whitworth, Taylor Rapp, and Kai Forbath in Sunday's game, and how the Rams will address the losses. Also, speaking of Forbath, the kicking saga is back with a vengeance, 3 main takeaways from the Rams win over the Seahawks, and more. Subscribe to The Athletic: theathletic.com/11personnel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Sosa Kremenjas highlights multiple players from the Los Angeles Rams' win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 10. In the first segment, Sosa talks about LT Joseph Noteboom and his ability to step in for an injured Andrew Whitworth, as well as WR Josh Reynold's awesome performance. He then transitions to the defensive side of the ball, highlighting the dominating play from EDGE Leonard Floyd and CB Darious Williams. The final segment brought forth more talk about a shaky kicker position for the Rams. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BuiltGo Visit BuiltGO.com and use promo code “LOCKED,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Door Dash Right now, our listeners can get $5 off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ESPN’s NBA Insider and Rich discuss Chris Paul’s trade to the Suns, what Anthony Davis opting out of his Lakers contract really means, if James Harden could actually land on the Nets, and possible trade destinations for Russell Westbrook (3:34). Rich and the guys play the “What If” game and wonder what would have happened if then-NBA Commissioner David Stern had not vetoed the Chris Paul-to-Lakers trade back in 2011 (18:49). Rich Eisen shows why he’s the best Raiders hype man around, explaining why the 6-3 Raiders are the real deal (29:55). Chris Brockman wraps up the hour with his news segment with updates on the severity of Drew Brees’ rib injury along with updates on Christian McCaffrey, Teddy Bridgewater, Matthew Stafford, Sam Darnold, Andrew Whitworth, and the latest James Harden trade rumors (43:41). Thank you to today's sponsors: Geico = In just 15 minutes you could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico.com Pluto TV = Drop in. It's free. 100s of free TV channels and 1000s of movies and TV shows. Visit Pluto.TV
The Los Angeles Rams have many questions entering the 2020 NFL season. Former host Brad Mader joins Sosa Kremenjas to answer questions on the offensive tackle position post-Andrew Whitworth retirement, who the most impactful rookie is in 2020, what the Rams can expect from the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1, and what quarterback Jared Goff's ceiling is. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get $10 off your first order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode details - We’re going to discuss: Projected 53-man roster, which position groups need the most focusWhat to expect on the defensive side of the ball with Brandon Staley and why he’s in for the biggest challenge of his lifeSean McVay’s quote-on-quote “running back by committee”Then we’re going to talk to Lindsey Thiry about:Her coverage of Andrew Whitworth and his family during COVID-19Sean McVay’s outlook on training camp and a potential start dateShrinking the roster down from 90 to 80 playersWhat to expect on this season of Hard KnocksThe mindset of late-round draft picks & undrafted free agentsAnd of course, the latest and greatest on SoFi Stadium
Colin discusses the NFL switching it's stance on social justice protests, and Colin Kaepernick, how Alabama's history could tell how well Tua Tagovailoa will be in the NFL, and why this off season has been great for the Chiefs and bad for the Cowboys. Guests include Ric Bucher, Andrew Whitworth, Andy Reid, and Jason McIntyre. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Jake and James break down the latest news and notes in Bengals country, with Andrew Whitworth joining Willie Anderson on Instagram Live, coaches returning to Paul Brown Stadium, and praise for Burrow's virtual offseason progress. Then we get into the mailbag, with expectations for linebackers, expectations for going to the Super Bowl in the next ten years, and players who might exceed or fall short of expectations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colin talks about the Saints playing the victim card again, why he feels the MLB players have more to lose, what he thinks Aaron Rodgers should say during his Friday press conference, why he's defending James Harden, and why he feels Roger Goodell is very intelligent. Guests include Chris Broussard, Andrew Whitworth, Jeff Gordon, and Jason McIntyre. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Jake and James break down the top Bengals players on PFF's top 101 players from the 2010s, including a bit of a debate on "who was better" between Geno Atkins and Andrew Whitworth. Then they take your questions, ranging from reacting to James Harrisons' comments about Bountygate 2.0, what player not named Burrow makes the biggest impact in 2020, and how every city in the world has a craft beer scene. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colin talks about the battle between Aaron Rodgers and Packers management, why the SEC can make their own rules, why he agrees with the schedule change by Adam Silver, and which NFL QBs belong in certain cities. Guests include Chris Broussard, Andrew Whitworth, Howie Long, and Jason McIntyre. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Neil and Randy chop it up with NFL veteran offensive tackle, Andrew Whitworth. Along with being an All-Pro football player Andrew is an avid golfer during his offseason. They discuss the nature of his golf game, how a man of his stature (6'7 300+ lbs) goes about it, if he can relate to any PGA pros, and a lot more. And of course there's lots of football talk too--Coach Saban, the AFC North, blocking technique and schemes, Coach McVay, and more! Enjoy. (Note: there are 45 seconds where Andrew's phone cuts out just a bit at the 46:50 mark when discussing Carson Palmer--sorry for that inconvenience)
Colin explains why it's ridiculous to compare Joe Burrow to legendary players, his thoughts on the rumored rift between Kevin Durant & Steph Curry, why Matt Rhule's recent comments were about Cam Newton, and his NFL mock draft. Guests include Peter Schrager, Andrew Whitworth, John Middlekauff, and Herm Edwards. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Colin explains why the NBA needs Zion Williamson, why the rumor of a random GM prefering Ja Morant over Zion is silly, why people bashing Niners HC Kyle Shanahan need to relax, his thoughts on the Cowboys wanting to get a deal done for Dak Prescott, and why he wouldn't move up in the draft to get Joe Burrow. Guests include Nick Wright, Antonio Cromartie, Andrew Whitworth, and Ric Bucher. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Today's show comes from an ice cold box truck in Pittsburgh, PA as Pat and the boys battle the elements and try to stay warm. Pat breaks down the College Football Playoff rankings that were just released, and he is not pleased with how things are shaking out as Minnesota is still on the outset of the top 6 despite making the biggest jump in the history of the rankings, but Pat has a simple message for the committee. Also joining the show is the all-time leading rusher at Florida State, and current NFL rushing leader, Dalvin Cook. He tells Pat what the secret to his success so far has been, why the Vikings offensive line has been so successful this year, what happened in the locker room in order to turn everything around after the issues that plagued the locker room earlier in the season, and Dalvin gives his thoughts on Deion Sanders potentially being the next Head Coach for Florida State and whether or not he thinks that will result in a return to dominance (19:59-27:42). Also joining the show is 4x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, 2018 Built Ford Tough Lineman of the Year, LA Rams left tackle, Andrew Whitworth. He breaks down why he thinks LSU has been successful this year and what he thinks of Coach O, the issues with the Rams this year and why he thinks they can turn things around once Todd Gurley is worked back into the offense, how he builds trust with lineman who haven't been in the league for very long and are constantly changing, and what his plans are after retirement (27:45-35:55). Pat also dives into the Colin Kaepernick situation and what he thinks will come from it and reminds us that regardless of how people feel about the situation, it's the NFL's sandbox and ultimately their decision. Pat also chats about Elton John and the film Rocketman ahead the concert, the Astros being in hot water over taping signs during their 2017 championship run, and some other things that are happening right now in the world. Don't forget to tweet us using hashtag #GimmeDatPat for a chance to win a $500 gift card to store.patmcafeeshow.com. Today's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Andrew Luck retired on Saturday night and we pick up all the pieces. Doug Gottlieb's dumb tweet, why Colts fans have every right to be sad, Andrew Luck making the right personal decision and why saying a guy is "too smart" at the combine isn't all that crazy (2:27 - 24:13). Who's back of the week including Breaking Bad and Wayne Brady (24:13 - 32:07). Mt Rushmore of guests we want to come on Pardon My Take (32:07 - 44:52). Future Hall of Famer Andrew Whitworth joins the show to talk about the twilight of his illustrious career, playing in Cincy, the Super Bowl and more (44:52 - 69:11). Segments include talking golf, drunk idea, trouble in paradise dwight howard, and a Monday Reading